The National Institute for Genealogical Studies wants to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday. Transcription Tuesday will return next week. Check out our 230+ online courses on a wide variety of topics, as you prepare for your 2022 family history research projects.
Need to Practice Transcribing over the Holidays?
Study Guide Colonial American Handwriting
Overview: The Cultural Significance of Early American Handwriting
Early American Handwriting
Study Guide Colonial American Handwriting – Abbreviations Game
The National Archives – Palaeography: reading old handwriting 1500 – 1800 (A practical online tutorial)
As researchers, we have found that there are many skills we need to employ in order to achieve success in our future research projects. Transcription Tuesday will share guidelines and practical suggestions to help our readers to develop the skills for making effective transcriptions, abstracts, and extractions.
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Transcription Tuesday Index
These three core courses demonstrate Transcription principles. They are offered monthly, beginning on the first Monday of every month: Register today!
Methodology-Part 2: Organizing and Skill-Building
Skills: Transcribing, Abstracting & Extracting
Palaeography: Reading & Understanding Historical Documents
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